|Erlang Handbook - Bjarne Däcker and Robert Virding|
Originally written by Bjarne Däcker and later revised by Robert Virding, the Erlang Handbook is a summary of the language features and the runtime system. It is aimed at people with some programming experience, serving as a quick introduction to the Erlang domain. Revision Tue Dec 10 02:07:20 2013 +0000. TeX source is available.
Keywords: Programming Languages; Erlang
|Erlang: The Movie|
A cheesy demonstration of the Erlang programming language. Contains technical enlightenment and unintentional humor in roughly equal, and colossal, proportions.
Keywords: erlang; programming; demo; telecommunications
|Code4Lib 2008 Lightning Talk: Erlang - Code4Lib.org|
Devon Smith describes the Erlang programming language.
Keywords: code4lib, 2008, erlang
|BSTJ 51: 4. April 1972: B.S.T.J. Briefs: Proof of a Convexity Property of the Erlang B Formula. (Messerli, E.J.)|
Bell System Technical Journal, 51: 4. April 1972 pp 951-953. B.S.T.J. Briefs: Proof of a Convexity Property of the Erlang B Formula. (Messerli, E.J.)
Keywords: trunk; erlang; sequential; lemma; unpublished; dummy; load; convexity; trunks; offered; carried load
In this paper, we have proposed a priority based service time distributionmethod using Erlang Distribution for K-phases. The process of entering into the cloud istypically based on the priority of the service and form a queue. Each user needs to wait untilthe current user is being served if priority of the service is same, as per the First Come FirstServed policy. If the server is busy, then the user request has to be waited in the queue untilthe current user receives the result of the prescri...
Keywords: Cloud Computing; Erlang Distribution for K-phases; Waiting time; Queue length; Priority based service class
|BSTJ 53: 3. March 1974: Some Properties of the Erlang Loss Function. (Jagerman, D.L.)|
Bell System Technical Journal, 53: 3. March 1974 pp 525-551. Some Properties of the Erlang Loss Function. (Jagerman, D.L.)
Keywords: theorem; function; erlang; corollary; theorems; loss; formulas; asymptotic; yields; computation; trunk groups; trunk group; loss function; taylor expansion; erlang loss; nonintegral number; random variable; bell system; system technical; standardized offered
|BSTJ 50: 8. October 1971: Some Comparisons of Load and Loss Data with Current Teletraffic Theory. (Wilkinson, R.I.)|
Bell System Technical Journal, 50: 8. October 1971 pp 2807-2834. Some Comparisons of Load and Loss Data with Current Teletraffic Theory. (Wilkinson, R.I.)
Keywords: loss; load; average; erlang; erlangs; trunks; loads; offered; groups; data; single hour; loads offered; offered load; system technical; loss data; offered loads; loss formula; bell system; busy hour; busy season